In chapter 5, Tony Wagner explains that students are constantly wanting to connect with their friends on the net and are desperate at times to interact with the world. They can be in class and wanting to check their Facebook or Instagram page. Future generations are going to learn differently from past generation because they need to be challenged. Things are easier for them because the Web provides them with everything they need. Technology is what these students are being raised by and we as teachers should provide that in the classroom. For example, yesterday I noticed I had a teaching moment where I tried motivating students by providing them with music. The bad part was that they wanted music that was in style. I had put music from the 70's and 80's and it was a bad idea. As a result, students want was relevant to their lifestyle and not what we as teachers want. I agree with what Wagner is saying in this chapter. In my next survey, I want to ask my students what type of music to they listen and what interest do they have outside of school. Technology is a way of getting to students. As a teacher, I need to focus on applying things that are relevant to what my students are doing in their daily lives. I don't want a classroom in which I have to lecture at all times.